Professor Bill Buchanan has been developing computer models which analysis billions and billions of interactions within health and social, and then fits machine learning models to these.
His talk on Wednesday at Data in Health and Social Care conference will present the models which are the best fit and which predict things like life expectancy with an error of less than 5%, and then outlines the factors which best fit.
He has previous shown how linear regression can be used to predict trends, but this talk will show hope computers can learn complex interactions in health and social care, and should be a world first in providing the most extensive analysis of health and social care in Scotland.
In the talk he will propose questions such as:
Details of the conference are here: